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CNBC
Mar 22, 2013 3:00pm EDT
growing in this country. two huge energy ceos told me as much as this just a month ago on the "closing bell". >> well, it's tremendous. it's a renaissance for our country, certainly for our industry, and for our company as well at conocophillips. >> there's an opportunity to generate a couple of trillion of dollars in tax revenue over the next 20 years. there's opportunity to generate millions of additional jobs. >> well, believe it or not, joining us right now is former nfl quarterback drew bledsoe. he's an investor in a company called ecosphere, which is making a big bet on fracking, and more specifically, drew, it's about the cleaning of the water that's used in the fracking process. it's an environmentally clean process, which has a lot of people worried about the impact fracking has on the environment. this is a possible solution, i guess, yes? >> it is, exactly. i help lead an investment group and funded some brilliant scientists down in florida actually a few years ago. our technology uses no chemicals. we actually in the past since 2008, we've cleaned over 2.8 billion
CNBC
Mar 18, 2013 3:00pm EDT
as well as consol energy. laggards, helmeritch & paine. and finally. in the nasdaq. intuitive surgical. analysts saying upside potential outweighs downside risk over the next month months. back to you. >> thanks, josh. >>> we're heading toward the close. about 50 minutes left here. let's see if the markets will turn positive and finish that way for the day. right now the dow is down 23 points zblrjts coming up, we talk with former treasury secretary larry summers. he'll tell us what's worrying him about the bailout in cyprus. >>> the dogs of the dow strategy worked again, so far. last year's worst performer is its best now. hewlett-packard helping the dow weather the storm from europe. get this. the once beleaguered stock is this year's best performer. up 60% just this year. we'll talk about whether hp can stay red hot coming up. >>> noted banking analyst meredith whitney sees a tremendous buying opportunity in one big bank. we'll want to talk about bank of america, jpmorgan. which one does she like? stick around to find out when we speak to her exclusively at 4:10 p.m. easter
CNBC
Mar 19, 2013 3:00pm EDT
favorite sector? >> sectors are technology, industrials, energy, from a thematic basis, discipline value and dividend growth. not yield, but dividend growth. >> great to see you. brian, adam, thank you. thanks for your thoughts today. we're coming back with the closing countdown. stick around. we'll find out whether the dow and s&p can remain positive or whether we have this three-day sell-off. >> then the ceo of software maker adobe systems will be with me breaking down his company's earnings, before he speaks to analysts. you're watching the "closing bell" on cnbc, first in business worldwide. investor. yeah, i'm a serious investor but i'm a busy guy. it used to be easier but now there are more choices than ever. i want to know exactly what i am investing in. i want to know exactly how much i'm paying. i want to use the same stuff the big guys use. find out why nine out of ten large professional investors choose ishares for their etfs. ishares by blackrock. call 1-800-ishares for a prospectus which includes investment objectives, risks, charges and expenses. read and consider it carefu
CNBC
Mar 20, 2013 3:00pm EDT
world outside of new york? come on! >> energy-rich states aren't experiencing a wealth effect? florida's not experiencing a wealth effect? >> of course they are. >> no, they are experiencing a wealth effect. >> tell me what their unemployment rate is. >> what are you saying, pete, that there is no wealth effect? that when the stock market is going higher, people don't feel richer and they don't act -- >> real estate is a more important wealth -- >> but that's what the fed was counting on. they were counting on the wealth effect, because all they've done is create bubbles once again. you thought we had a bubble in '07? look what's happened now? look at manhattan real estate, look at san francisco real estate. look at collectibles. lack at all of the things that were bubbles in '07. we started the deleveraging process, it started to look out nicely, liquidation of debt, and now we're back to where we started. >> and of course bernanke was asked about the wealth effect. let me talk to steve liesman here. steve, he was asked about the effect of a bubble and whether or not there is
CNBC
Mar 19, 2013 4:00pm EDT
. in addition, energy continues to look attractive. so, again, a very pro-cyclical stance, but one we think is very appealing from a value situation standpoint. >> okay. and in terms of sectors leading growth, same question to you both. what do you think? >> we're going to add on to that list. things like the regional financials the that have exposure to the reshoring of manufacturing and the energy sector. i think energy drives a lot of interesting peripheral activity. strengthen the rails and other transports, we think will also be beneficiaries here, as well as infrastructure play as well as mlps. >> do you agree with that? >> i like health care, but i also like consumer, and even though the consumer doesn't have as much confidence as they had before, i think in terms of upside versus downside, that's a place that i'm looking. and when you have a company like footlocker that's trading at 5.5 times ebitda, how much lower can it really go? big lots, same thing. there are a lot of these names that have been beaten up that don't have a lot of downside risk, that have a lot of upside po
CNBC
Mar 22, 2013 4:00pm EDT
tact. that the energy infrastructure story for the u.s. is very much in tact. dresser and trinity are two plays there, and those are stocks we've talked about throughout this year. and they're going to be the stocks we're talking about in december of this year still. >> maria, i agree you have to play -- >> go ahead. >> i agree that you want to be playing offense here, in the long-term. i mean, if you look at the trends in capital spending on the corporate sector, even though unemployment is still high, it has come down. hiring is occurring. and you are going to see -- you can't keep hiring people and not give them computers to work with. so i think that, eventually, capital spending is going to catch up with employment, and that's going to also be a driver. >> maria, you want to own your health care stocks, johnson and johnson, pfizer, abbott. and in that oil services industry, schlumberger, halliburton, and baker international. you cannot get to that shale gas nor shale oil. mexico cannot touch theirs. and you're going to see further reform in the energy sector coming on in mexi
FOX Business
Mar 19, 2013 3:00pm EDT
. cheryl: back to you comments on that net gas, there's a 15 month high on that gas, and major energy companies moving in, you think, eventually, elliot, that makes this a bullish contract and play. there's plenty gas across the country, we produce it, but when you have players in the nat gas field, pun intended, that's when this goes up. >> oh, i agree completely. we need more uses for natural gas, end of the winter heating subpoena, coming into the summer, natural gas is not used. they use it to heat the pools, i suppose, but long term, people, the smallest vehicle you drive is a pickup truck powered by natural gas. if truckers and people use it as alternative fuel, then, yes, rally is inevident l because people come to the party, and, yeah, everybody buys, absolutely. cheryl: gentlemen, thank you for the floor show. good to see all ttree of you, appreciate it. >> thank you. cheryl: the markets, dow down 41 points. now, for the second day in the row the issue is cypress, worry about the mediterranean island we don't talk about; right? is it the beginning of a correction on the domes
FOX Business
Mar 26, 2013 3:00pm EDT
plans of energy service provider rather than a solar installer. it is interesting, is it all about the perception and all these plans they are making? very ambitious going forward. put it all together, they are seeing a really wedding day on wall street. liz: you look at him and he say these are smart guys. he doesn't want to look at just a commoditized installer. they work very hard to get that message out. thank you, nicole, very much. protests continued through the night of different groups, different ages, different places but there is one message singular here. this bailout is a rotten deal for our country, we are talking about cyprus. rich edson found himself in the middle of one of those protests. could you call it a riot? you're on the phone, tell us what you saw earlier today. rich: it was certainly not a riot. it started with a facebook post and text in e-mails and before you knew it, there were 300 high school students emptying out in the middle of nicosia marching through the downtown area heading to parliament and essentially the ban bank of cyps in the students became
CNBC
Mar 18, 2013 4:00pm EDT
exposed to the energy states, too. the big banks don't have a large concentration to those areas. they're well exposed, but they don't have a large concentration. >> would you put new money to work in this market right here? >> yeah. absolutely. bank of america is -- >> i mean the broader market given the fact that last week we were hitting record after record after record. >> without a doubt. i have not been this constructive, this bullish on the u.s. and equities in my career. >> meredith, good to have you on the program. thank you so much. meredith whitney joining us on banks and the market. >>> closed banks, protesters in the streets. the revolt in cyprus over ordinary depositors paying for the bailout is rocking the world and has people wondering if another eurozone country could be next. or, worse, could it happen here? exclusive reaction from john thain, head of cit group and former ceo of merrill lynch. also cit's turnaround from bankruptcy and whether it is up for sale. stick around for john thain. back in a moment. announcer: where can an investor be a name and not a nu
CNBC
Mar 26, 2013 4:00pm EDT
been very well behaved. energy prices have been pretty well behaved. i think that will continue. wages, also. and i do think that we will see money coming into this economy. that will help to keep these trends going. and i think that will be a real gift. and i think cyprus was probably a gift to the u.s. treasury market, to help keep rates very low and attract save investors. >> and we welcome now tim leetch. cyprus to you is so yesterday. you're watching slovenia, right? >> that's right, bill. >> slovenia? >> slovenia. we're trying to look over the horizon, as opposed to yesterday. and when we see the banking pressure on countries like cyprus, we think about what's next. and what does this really mean for the stability of the banking structure in europe as a whole. and we're concerned, frankly. we haven't seen the structural repairment that the europeans have had to step up to do. and certainly, cyprus hasn't convinced anyone that the european leadership has their act together. >> so, yesterday, the sell-off was the fear, and this was inflamed by the dutch finance minister, tha
CNBC
Mar 25, 2013 4:00pm EDT
%. that's the utility stocks and the energy stocks and the materials stocks are just off of their historic highs but heading in the right direction, at least. finally, here's the really tough one, these are the guys that have never gotten close. telecom stocks and the tech stocks were destroyed in the dot com bubble in 2000 and essentially have never gotten close back to old historic highs. 50% off. financials got destroyed in the financial crisis of 2008. they never really got all the way back. here's the problem, bill. financials and tech are the two biggest weightings in the s&p 500. they're the ones who really sort of held it back from getting to those historic highs that we've been waiting for for a while. back to you. >> we still wait. thank you, bob. so which sectors at this point in the rally should you look to buy into? and which ones would you avoid or underweight, as they like to say on wall street? >> what about the dark horse? is there a dark horse out there you might want to bet on. brian belski. and ryan lenza is u.s. equity strategist for td. >> you'd love to take on harry
FOX Business
Mar 22, 2013 3:00pm EDT
those that are the beneficiaries. in addition to that, the north american energy renaissance is a secular thing that we are very bullish on. many are well-positioned to take advantage of this exposure. >> the other one is technology. let's talk about technology and we were having a conversation about this. you like that company, and what about microsoft? >> well, microsoft is cheap among that. we are talking about a company that is something that has a decent dividend yield. technology is going to be right in the way, being able to reinvest in productivity, which they haven't done in a large way in a very long time. >> i want to leave you with the3 stocks you don't like. consumer staples looking at some of the performance of the s&p. the best performing group this week, you don't like them. why is that? >> comer companies like procter & gamble. terrific companies that are trading at 17 to 19 times multiple. and the valuation expansion is unlikely. connell: think you so much, chief investment strategy. thank you, mark. >> thank you. connell: just under six minutes before the closin
CNBC
Mar 21, 2013 4:00pm EDT
bloomberg and telegraph reporting that energy drinks may boost blood pressure and lead to an erratic heartbeat. those were findings presented at the american heart association, in new orleans. the fda has been investigating drinks made by companies, including monster beverage and red bull. maria, back to you. >> all right, thank you so much, josh. >>> flat and nervous, that's how my next guest describes the u.s. market today. dennis gartman is founder, editor, and publisher of the gartman letter. he joins us right now with more. good to see you, dennis. >> maria, good to have me on. nice to be here, especially following jim grant. >> today wasn't flat, the market was down 90 points on the dow, but it was certainly nervous. what would you say about today's market average and what does it tell us as far as what's ahead? >> i think what we're seeing is a continuation of problems emanating from cyprus. i'm one of those problems who believes that the cyprus circumstance is a good deal more serious than most people are giving it attention to. over the course of the last week, we're
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